Solved Turning a spare int. HDD into an ext. HDD Tags: Hard Drives SATA Accessories External Drive USB Storage Last response: January 18, 2013 12:13 AM in Storage Share expmsct January 14, 2013 12:56:03 AM What USB-to-SATA accessories/enclosures would you recommend for using a spare 2.5" laptop HDD as an external drive? More about : turning spare int hdd ext hdd Best solution phil22 a c 79 G Storage January 14, 2013 6:10:35 AM Any compatible enclosure will do, they are all pretty much the same when it comes to quality in my experience. Share expmsct January 18, 2013 12:13:03 AM Best answer selected by expmsct. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Problems with int and ext HDD.. Forum Ext->Int HDD in Device Manager but not My Computer Forum No ext/int HDD or network connect. Laptop still booting? Forum No ext/int HDD or network connect. Laptop still booting? Forum 2 internal HDD, 1int 1 ext. 2 OS XP VISTA on a laptop? Forum SolvedExt HDD turning off when idle (The LED also turns off) Forum SENSOR/SWITCH THAT TURNS ON EXT HDD'S & NAS WHEN PC IS POWERED ON Forum SolvedWorth replacing ext. HDD with SSD? Forum SolvedChkdsk problems with Ext HDD Forum SolvedI have seagate 1TB Ext HDD and my laptop has Windows7 home basic Cant take any backup Forum SolvedSeagate 2TB USB 3 Ext HDD not recognized by PC, but feels as if starting up Forum Solvedwant to copy tv show from ext hdd to disc using pc Forum SolvedToshiba Ext HDD v6 3600-F 1.5TB Forum Solvedext hdd for multi use Forum SolvedDual boot: XP from HD mint mate 16 from Ext HDD Forum SolvedExt. HDD not working on USB2.0 but works fine on 3.0 Forum Solvedcan't access ext vista hdd with new windows8 laptop (cck) Forum SolvedOTG cable ? eXT hdd Forum HDD works in dock, but not in ext. enclosure..? Forum SolvedMy laptop Hdd failed after using a fogger in the house. I want to recover the files to put on spare hdd. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !